[web-devel] maxListenQueue

Jeremy Shaw jeremy at n-heptane.com
Thu Oct 11 07:17:41 CEST 2012

Awesome!  That is exactly what acme-http is for! I am definitely
interested in figuring out ways to improve acme-http so that it can be
a better reference for 'best practices' when it comes to high
performance HTTP servers. So, if you discover techniques that can be
applied to acme-http I am very interested in hearing about them.
Especially when it comes to the 'black magic' parts. acme-http makes
no attempts to decode the request body.. because making a faster
multipart/form-data decoder is relatively straight-forward. With
acme-http I want to explore the more mysterious bottlenecks -- things
like maxListenQueue, TCP_NODELAY, etc.

- jeremy

On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 8:11 PM, Kazu Yamamoto <kazu at iij.ad.jp> wrote:
> Hi,
>> warp relies on network-conduit which uses maxListenQueue. I will fix
>> this anyway.
> acme-http specifies (max 1024 maxListenQueue) to the listen queue. I
> like this approach. So, I fixed network-conduit in the same way.
>         https://github.com/kazu-yamamoto/conduit/commit/5b1f9f05405abb11a8bc0893c0cd1336f8be9cf0
> P.S.
> I will fix documentation only for the network package.
> --Kazu
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